This article considers allusions to popular Scottish song in Stevenson’s work, especially in Kidnapped, to interrogate Stevenson’s broader configuration of home, as both personal and engaged with the Scottish national consciousness, exploring how he preserves home within his modern adventure aesthetic through reference to popular Scottish song, ballads and folk songs.
Di Frances, Christy Danelle
""And the Roadside Fire": Portrayals of Home through National Song in Stevenson's Scottish Adventures,"
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